Renting a limo, however, comes with a few guidelines, and one of those is proper behavior expected from the passenger. Like with any other service, the limo rentals expect a certain kind of decorum from their paying clients; and as for the clients themselves, a particular degree of respect for the service by means of checking their behavior would go a long way.
Perhaps the most important, and most overlooked, part of proper limo rental behavior would be for the passenger to show courtesy for the chauffeur. Even though they are merely being paid to drive the car around, they are not expected to baby-sit passengers, or become the central target of uncalled-for insults. Limo services have emphasized the importance of this by reserving the right to refuse service to passengers who disrespect the chauffeurs.
Another important observance would be punctuality: be where you say you would to be, when you say you will be for the limo pickup. Any last-minute changes must be made known to the rental service for the proper adjustments to be made. This observance will prove beneficial to you, the rest of your party, and the rental service itself.